The Tasman Peninsula is famous for the Three Capes walk and its’ dramatic coastline of sea caves and towering sea stacks, the highest vertical sea cliffs in Australia. We get to wander over the 180 million-year-old dolerite columns and a lot more as we explore on foot the Tasman Peninsula National Park.
There’s great variety on this Three Capes hike, as the track winds in and out of heathland, dry woodland and striking sections of rainforest. The wildflowers add extra colour with bursts of yellow, white and pink along the track. The turquoise waters and white sandy beach of Fortescue Bay, Waterfall Bay and the unique rock formations are stunning bookends to this 4 day walking adventure.
Travelling only at the optimum time to walk the Three Capes, autumn and spring, coincides with the ideal time to get up close to the migrating whales, something we may experience on our ocean nature tour. The water is absolutely ripe for wildlife-spotting; albatross, sea eagles, diving gannets, cliff-nesting cormorants and peregrine falcons all populate the area.
Highlights of the Three Capes Hike:
- Hikes at Cape Hauy, Cape Raoul and Fortescue Bay, Canoe Bay Tasman Arch, Blow Holes, Waterfall Bay
- Fully inclusive
- Port Arthur tour and Eco wildlife boat cruise
- Chef prepared à la carte 2 course meals and cooked breakfasts
- 3 nights accommodation in ensuite rooms
- Easy and hard walks offered each day
- 2 experienced guides with local bespoke walking knowledge of the region
$per person twin/double share
Australian hotel accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there is one or two people occupying it.
In order to cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single supplement fee, a cost that we make no margin on.
Grade 3 – ModerateShort, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.
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